China News : November 19 According to a Reuters report, on the 18th local time, Canadian and American officials revealed that the “non-essential travel” restrictions between the United States, Canada and Mexico will be extended again until December 21.
Subsequently, the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed the news on social media.
The picture shows the Rainbow Bridge port between Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada and Niagara Falls, New York, USA. On the first day of “closing the customs”, it changed from the bustling normal and became deserted.
According to reports, the current border restriction order expires on November 21, and it is expected that the three countries will approve the extension for another 30 days.
On the 18th local time, the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed this decision on social media. The Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated: “After reviewing the development of the epidemic in the United States and Mexico, Mexico proposed to the United States to extend the border non-essential travel restrictions for another month.”
Canadian government sources also said that travel restrictions imposed on the border between the United States and Canada will continue for at least another month.
At present, the number of confirmed cases and deaths of Coronavirus in the United States ranks first in the world, and the number of cases in Canada and Mexico continues to rise.
The U.S., Canada, and Mexico began to close their borders in March 2020 to prohibit non-essential travel in order to control the cross-border spread of Coronavirus pandemic, which has been extended every month thereafter.